Quantum Information Society


Discover more about quantum information!

From expert talks to debates and discussions, and quantum computing lab tours to quantum coding workshops, we provide a platform to discover new ideas and skills. 

Founded in September 2019, <Qu|In|Soc> is a timely and exciting society that fuses the student community in this interdisciplinary and fast-growing field.

We aim to cover the full range of research in the field of quantum information: from foundational questions surrounding interpretations of quantum information and quantum gravity to practical quantum technologies and applications in chemistry, biology and machine learning.

Events are often followed by socials to network with speakers and other members of the society.

To explore our upcoming events, check out our termcard and join the <Qu|In|Soc> community!

See our blog to find out what we have been up to so far, and get in touch if you have a suggestion for a future event.


Our mission is to broaden the horizons, knowledge, skills, and connections of every member of Oxford University interested in quantum information and quantum computing


Latest posts in our blog

Read what's new with <Qu|In|Soc> 

As a new year rolled around, I am sure many of us were keen to see the pandemic come to an end and be able to attend events in person. Unfortunately, as we entered Hillary term government restrictions forced many of us to remain at home and away from the city of dreaming spires. We were unable to host...

The committee was unabashed by the continued presence of the corona-virus related restrictions and in Michaelmas 2020 we held an extensive series of very well attended virtual talks, presentations and events. In particular, this was the first time that we had the pleasure of welcoming three experts from the commercial quantum computing sphere....

Is life tied in any way to Quantum Physics? After all, Schrödinger's famous thought experiment involved a fatal superposition for his poor cat. Peter Hore, Chiara Marletto and Vlatko Vedral engaged in a fascinating discussion on this topic at Quantum Information Society's Panel on Quantum Biology.

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Quantum Information Society is a student society at the University of Oxford
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